2016 Honda Odyssey
The 2016 Honda Odyssey available in in f5-trims: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Touring Elite. The Honda Odyssey LX seven entry passenger, come along 17-inches steel wheels, windshield wipers Variable intermittent rear tinted windows, a rear spoiler, remote keyless entry, manual air conditioning two areas, tack equipped fabric, power eight-way driver’s seat, passenger seat before a four-lane, divided folding third row 60/40 Tilt and telescopic steering wheel, full power accessories, cruise control, a multi-screen information 8 inch, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, a rearview camera functionality, text-to -Speech and a seven-speaker audio system with CD player, Pandora compatibility, an auxiliary audio input and a USB port / iPod.
2016 Honda Odyssey Features
The model 2016 Honda Odyssey EX can equiped up to eight passengers, 17-inches wheels alloy, heated door mirrors, electric sliding side doors, keyless entry and start, automatic three-zone control of the temperature, Lumbar support for driver, multi-adjustable seats of the second row, a removable front center console, retractable sunshades second row and a conversation mirror.
The EX also has “Lane Watch ‘blind spot camera Honda system and an additional 7-inches touch screen with Honda Link smartphone app integration. The 2016 Honda Odyssey EX-L models, adds sunroof, leather seats, heated front seats, a cooler, an auto-dimming mirror, a power lift-gate, and satellite radio. Options include a choice of a voice-activated navigation with camera or a rear seat entertainment system. These two systems can not be available on the EX-L.
The Honda Odyssey Touring model and 18-inch wheels alloy, fog lights, front and rear sensors, driver memory settings, a house style 115 volt, retractable sunshades and a third row to earn folding armrest for the third -ROW passengers In addition, both the navigation and rear seat entertainment systems are standard. The Elite Touring model adds xenon headlights, a blind-spot warning system regular death an integrated vacuum cleaner, a rear-seat entertainment system improves (with a wide-screen video and HDMI input) and a high audio system range 12-speaker surround sound with HD Radio.
2016 Honda Odyssey Interior
As befits a nation, specially designed Shuttle, engineers created within the 2016 Odyssey has placed a lot of thought into their seating arrangements. Particularly noteworthy is the multifunctional second row of seats that can be adjusted in order to create a passage in the middle or aisle for easier access to the third row. At the top and EX trim levels, the central part of the second row of seats forward to near mom or dad push the car seat the youngest passenger more than 5 inches.
Another proof that the Odyssey design team sweated the details can be found, such as flip-up trash bag holder integrated practice in the removable center console and the chamber means what many intelligent functions of the passenger cabin, cooling a refreshing drink is always in near the source. The large touch screen included on all but the base LX model serves as a backup camera display and allows access to audio controls, including popular applications like Pandora. The remaining controls are useful applied and clearly marked in a way that makes it very user-friendly.
Buyers who simply have all the toys are moving Elite Touring model built entertainment system to a large display that can play 2 various origin, a DVD and a video game, for example, at the same time. The top model is to achieve a vacuum with a hose able also in the single integrated Honda equipped 10 meters crumbs in every corner of the cabin.
Its comes to transport things, cavernous interior of the Odyssey is remarkably flexible. Even with a full load of passengers, there is always a generous 38.4 cubic meters of space behind the third row. Folding third-row 60/40 split in the earth is simple and creates a wedge of 93.1 cubic feet behind the second row. The disadvantage of the design of the second row of seats (£55 each) quickly becomes clear when you realize that they are removed and stored to make full use of 148.5 cubic feet capacity Odyssey make the total load.
2016 Honda Odyssey Engine
The 2016 Honda Odyssey is supplied power from a 3.5-liter V6 producing 248 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque. Transfer the power transmission to the front wheels via a six-speed automatic. LFS estimates are very good combination for a minivan at 22 mpg (19 city / highway 28), and we achieved almost 21 mpg in mixed driving real world. On the test track, accelerates a Touring Elite from zero to 60 mph in 8 seconds. That’s fast enough for such a big vehicle, and shortly before the average for vans. Are adequately equipped, the Honda Odyssey can draw up to £3500.
2016 Honda Odyssey Safety
The 2016 Honda Odyssey featured with disc brakes with ABS, front side airbags, side curtain airbags, 3 rows and front-seat active head caution. Camera is come with all models, with a multi-angle rearview camera improves optional on the EX-L and standard on Touring and Touring Elite. The Odyssey EX, come EX-L and Touring models equipped as standard with “blind spot camera Honda system and Touring Elite models are equipped with an additional system warns conventional blind spot Lane Watch ‘. Warning systems future-collision and lane departure warning are standard on EX-L, Touring and Touring Elite models, but it should be noted that this collision warning configuration does not become self-braking in many similar systems.
In the simulation tests emergency braking, the newest Honda Odyssey Touring Elite kept 60 mph in 131 feet, which is a few feet higher than the average for vehicles in this segment. The 2016 Honda Odyssey earned a 5-star for the entire impact protection in state tests, five stars for frontal global security implications and five stars for side impact safety. In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests, he received a top rating of “Good” for its performance in frontal offset tests and side impact tests and roof strength. 2016 Honda Odyssey also received a better score for its seats and head restraints design for neck protection in a rear impact.